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Get ready to turn up the volume and set the mood with this curated list of songs that could either rock the house music scene or guarantee a blast at your next house party — because why not blend the beats and make it a party anthem bonanza?

From iconic classics to infectious chart-toppers, Cooglife has selected a mix of 10 tracks that will be sure to keep the energy high and the vibes electric, so listen up!

Rhythm Is A Dancer – 7” Edit — SNAP!

A mix of Eurodance and techno, with distinctive and electrifying opening chords and powerful rolling beats, “Rhythm Is a Dancer” continues as a staple to any decent and credible house music playlist. Pushing past and beyond the ’90s, this iconic song is a must-listen!

The Weekend – Radio Edit — Michael Gray

This dance-pop track is known for both its upbeat and energetic vibe. Released in 2004, the song features catchy electronic beats and sugar-pop sweet vocals, creating a lively and club-friendly atmosphere. Its pulsating rhythm and feel-good lyrics make it a popular choice for those looking to hit the dance floor, and perhaps enjoy a memorable weekend celebration.

Hey Baby (Drop It to the Floor) — Pitbull, T-Pain

“Hey Baby (Drop It to the Floor)” is your go-to track for an instant party vibe! Drenched in a late 2000s vibe, this dance-pop banger brings the heat with Pitbull’s slick rapping, T-Pain’s auto-tuned magic, and beats so thumping you’ll feel like the dance floor’s got its own heartbeat.

Rich Girl — Gwen Stefani, Eve

A lively and upbeat pop song, “Rich Girl” is infamous for its catchy chorus and fusion of pop and hip-hop elements, proving a sassy anthem that takes a tongue-in-cheek approach to the glamor of wealth. With infectious beats and playful lyrics, the song celebrates the high life while reminding us that true happiness doesn’t necessarily come with a hefty price tag.

Promiscuous — Nelly Furtado, Timbaland

Flirty and catchy, this R&B-pop collaboration dominated the charts in 2006. The song showcases a playful dialogue between Furtado and Timbaland, exploring themes of attraction and seduction, all set against an infectious beat and memorable hooks. With overflowing rhythm, electronic beats and Timbaland’s signature production, this song can’t help but create a lively and energetic atmosphere perfect for the dance floor.

Talk — Noya Rao

“Talk” by Noya Rao is a mesmerizing electronic track that blends soulful vocals with intricate production. The song captivates listeners with its dreamy and atmospheric sound, showcasing Noya Rao’s ability to create a unique sonic experience that transcends genres. (If magic were real, it would surely take form in this song, but you didn’t hear that from me.)

Untouched — The Veronicas

A pop-rock anthem that radiates with vibrant vibes and catchy hooks. Released in 2007, the song features the Australian duo’s dynamic vocals, driving guitars, and a contagious chorus, making it a timeless and empowering track that resonates with an undeniable sense of youthful exuberance.

Liquorice — Azealia Banks

Bold and brassy, this hip-hop track showcases Banks’ fierce and confident rap style. Boasting a pulsating and bass-heavy production that blends hip-hop with electronic influences, the song’s infectious rhythm, coupled with Azealia’s rapid-fire and confident delivery, creates a dynamic and edgy musical composition that stands out for its bold and experimental sound.

Like this — Park Hye Jin

“Like This” by Park Hye Jin is a genre-blurring track that seamlessly blends deep house, techno and hip-hop elements. The song is most commonly characterized by its hypnotic beats, ethereal melodies and Park Hye Jin’s laid-back yet captivating vocals, creating a unique and immersive sonic experience that resonates with its experimental and boundary-pushing music composition.

Gypsy Woman — Crystal Waters, The Basement Boys

“Gypsy Woman” is a classic house music anthem from the early ’90s. Released in 1991, the track features slapping, wet-like beats, uplifting piano chords and Crystal Waters’ soulful voice. It became a global hit known for its catchy melody and danceable groove, turning into a timeless and iconic piece in the history of house music.

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